....but I like amateurs. It is in the realm of amateurism, I find logic defying new ideas, which can change the world!
A potent fear other than the fear of unknown is the often mistaken opinion people have about themselves. Instead of focusing on their strengths, they waste their precious time on worrying upon their limitations. Having limitations is not a drawback, we all have some. But the secret to success is how best we utilize our potentials that we have within our limitations. Besides, how good we’re in pushing away our limitations also shapes our ascent in life.
The world belongs to doers and adventure seekers, because they despite suffering from fear overcome them and embarks upon the grand journey of life. Zombies love to label them as amateurs, but I like amateurs. It is in the realm of amateurism, I find logic defying new ideas, which can change the world!
So what if you lack talents? If your heart is in your goal then you must pursue. Otherwise, your heart becomes agitated and you might never be able to make it peaceful again. Never let regret take the place of your dream in your heart. As Mark Twain said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
So what if you are an amateur? Let people judge you but you don’t stop trying because, as Sebastian Marshall says, “People will remember you for your best work.”